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Linguists say Ninilchik Russian is distinct

KENAI - Like many things human, how it came to be is complicated. Now, as it dies out, Ninilchik Russian continues to be complicated. The number of fluent speakers of Ninilchik Russian continues to shrink.
Salmon filleting draws trout to Russian River

KENAI - One of the best things about all the red filleting that goes on along the banks of the Russian River is that the "waste" gets the trout riled and in the mood for a salmon dinner.
Fire departments have 3-day water rescue exercise

KENAI - All first responder planning requires a certain level of preparation for the inevitable, intense training for that rescue that will eventually come.
Pinochle club helps brighten winter days in Kasilof

KASILOF - Tracy Perkins had a great first day learning to take tricks, meld cards and make bids for points. The pinochle rookie won two out of three of his first games.
Half of Kenai flood victims apply for state disaster aid

With less than a month to go, nearly half of the expected Kenai Peninsula Borough applicants for state disaster aid have applied for up to $16,200 in grant money to help them recover from the Kenai flooding earlier this fall.
Eaglecrest Ski Patrol: Clearing the way

...familiarity. Forrest said he was concerned about the bombs for the first year. "Once you crash a few times with them in your pack you see how stable they are," he said. Contact Greg Skinner at 523-2258 or
10-year-old dials 911, curbs fire damage

...after the fire was out, Jager said he couldn't find a single smoke detector in the home. Contact Greg Skinner at 523-2258 or .
Assembly adopts port fees extension

...spent on projects that benefit only public facilities could cause legal problems for the city. Contact Greg skinner at 523-2258 or .
Police department in need of dispatchers

...dispatchers share the dispatch workload. "It's like robbing Peter to pay Paul," Campbell said. Contact Greg Skinner at 523-2258 or .
Angoon council works to revive government

...obtaining insurance and, with that, he thinks the grants could begin flowing again soon. Contact Greg Skinner at 523-2258 or .


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